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Last updated on Friday, July 7, 2006
(UNDATED) - Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana announces the hiring of a new president, the third in its 46-year history.
Marsh Davis will lead the nation's largest statewide preservation organization. He replaces Reid Williamson, who retired as president in April 2005 after 31 years in the job. Davis will join the staff on September 1st. Davis was selected after a nine-month search. In Indiana, Davis will run one of the state's major cultural institutions.
Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana has 11,000 members and a staff of 50 in its Indianapolis headquarters on the Downtown Canal and in nine regional offices.
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